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premailer-rails - CSS styled emails without the hassle.

  •    Ruby

CSS styled emails without the hassle. This gem is a drop in solution for styling HTML emails with CSS without having to do the hard work yourself.

sup - A curses threads-with-tags style email client (mailing list: supmua@googlegroups.com)

  •    Ruby

Sup is a console-based email client for people with a lot of email.Sup does in general not play nicely with other mail clients, not all changes can be synced back to the mail source. Refer to Maildir Syncback in the wiki for this recently included feature. Maildir Syncback allows you to sync back flag changes in messages and to write messages to maildir sources.

cuttlefish - Transactional email server with a lovely web interface

  •    Ruby

And without the hidden dangers of vendor lock in of commercial transactional email services. Cuttlefish is in beta. It's been used in production by OpenAustralia Foundation's projects for several years and has sent many millions of emails.

sendgrid-ruby - Official Ruby Gem for the SendGrid email Web API.

  •    Ruby

NEW: Subscribe to email notifications for releases and breaking changes.This library allows you to quickly and easily use the SendGrid Web API v3 via Ruby.




gman - A ruby gem to check if the owner of a given email address or website is working for THE MAN (a

  •    Ruby

A ruby gem to check if the owner of a given email address or website is working for THE MAN (a.k.a verifies government domains). It will also provide you with metadata about the domain, such as the country, state, city, or agency, where applicable. It does this by leveraging the power of Naughty or Nice, the Public Suffix List, and the associated Ruby Gem. You could theoretically use regex, but either you'll get a bunch of false positives, or your regex will be insanely complicated. gov.uk, may be valid, for example, but gov.fr is not (it's gouv.fr, for what it's worth). The solution? Use Public Suffix to verify that it's a valid public domain, then maintain a crowd-sourced sub-list of known global government and military domains. It should cover all US and international, government and military domains for both email and website verification.

gitdub - :outbox_tray: A github WebHook that emails detailed diffs of your commits.

  •    Ruby

gitdub is a github web-hook that converts a changeset pushed into one email per change via git-notifier. Unlike the existing github email hook, gitdub sends out detailed diffs for each change. The YAML configuration file contains the list of repositories that gitdub tracks. The first section (gitdub:) specifies global options, such as the interfaces gitdub should bind to and ports to listen on. Moreover, you can control the behavior of the first chunk of data. When setting silent_init: to true, gitdub will only fast-forward to the current commit and begin mailing diffs after the next push (or after hitting the Test Hook button). Otherwise gitdub sends exactly one email per commit since the first commit in the repository.

mandriller - Mandrill SMTP API integration for ActionMailer

  •    Ruby

Mandrill SMTP API integration for ActionMailer. See detail of the protocol on the official page. Add the mandriller gem to your Gemfile.

image-cache-logger - A simple Sinatra app to test when an image is opened.

  •    Ruby

A simple tool to see when other services/clients like Gmail open an image and test if they are storing it within their cache. Feel free to use this as a demo or in actual testing.


ssmtp - Setup and Manage SSMTP via a Chef Cookbook

  •    Ruby

This is a Chef cookbook for deploying ssmtp. The following platforms and versions are tested and supported using test-kitchen.

email_inquire - Validate email for common typos and one-time email providers

  •    Ruby

EmailInquire is a library to validate email for format, common typos and one-time email providers. Before a user is a user, they are a visitor. And they must register to be so. What if they makes a typo while entering their email address during the registration ? If they didn't notice, you just lost them. They won't be able to sign in next time.

onionmx - Onion delivery, so delicious

  •    Ruby

Even if you use TLS for your connections they are opportunistic. Even if you use OpenPGP for your connections, it is relatively easy for someone passively monitoring email traffic to correlate interesting metadata: who is communicating with whom, when and how much. Worse, it is trivial for a third party to know that two people are communicating. By joining our little caramelized onion party, we can deliver mail over Tor onion services, and we can prevent this unauthorized privacy violation.

feed2email - RSS/Atom feed updates in your email

  •    Ruby

feed2email is a headless feed aggregator that sends feed entries via email. It was initially written as a replacement of rss2email and aims to be simple, fast and easy to use.

rb-Sisimai - Mail Analyzing Interface for email bounce: A Ruby library to parse RFC5322 bounce mails and generating structured data as JSON from parsed results

  •    Ruby

Sisimai is a Ruby library for analyzing RFC5322 bounce emails and generating structured data from parsed results. The Ruby version of Sisimai is ported from the Perl version of Sisimai at github.com/sisimai/p5-Sisimai. The following screen shows a demonstration of Sisimai at the command line using Ruby(rb-Sisimai) and Perl(p5-Sisimai) version of Sisimai.

encrypt.to - Send encrypted PGP messages with one click

  •    Ruby

When your public key is added to a public keyserver open the link: https://encrypt.to/{your-email} or https://encrypt.to/{your-key-id}. Start the code audit now with the Security audit tool.

mailjet-gem - [API v3] Mailjet official Ruby GEM

  •    Ruby

Mailjet's official Ruby wrapper, bootstraped with Mailjetter. IMPORTANT: Mailjet gem switched to API v3, the new API provided by Mailjet. For the wrapper for API v1, check the v1 branch.